By: Jannela Garriel
Nueva Vizcaya Governor Carlos Padilla expressed his plan to establish farm to market roads to connect remote areas.
According to Gov. Padilla, these roads will be built alongside economic potential and developments of these municipalities he stated in one of his free medical services at Barangay Cabuluan, Villaverde, “With the opening and cementing of roads, our agricultural products from these areas are easily brought for sale in the market.”
“We do not want to have what we call a dead-end barangay where the road ends and one has to go back to where he came from,” he added. “Our aim is to provide a robust agricultural economy through the construction of more roads for our villagers especially those from the upland areas,” he added.
The aggressive road development projects that were started in 2014 by then-governor Ruth Padilla will be continued with the construction of circumferential road connecting Barangay Cabuluan to Barangay Comolan in Solano.
Another road construction progress in Ambaguio and Bayombong will follow.